This is version 2 of 2 of "Chicken On Foot" made at the Long Beach Museum of Arts Video Station. The first version was made in 1974 before i went to live in London and this one was completed afterwards. In the first version, I used a dozen eggs and in this version the same, although in this version I play with the chicken and talk to it for a length of time after breaking the dozen eggs. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Panel discussion on avant-garde cinema filmed in , one of the panelists is Constance Penley, one of the founders of Camera Obscura Gallery of South Market/San Francisco. Organized by Calogero Salvo. (C) 1983 Calogero Salvo. ( 1 reviews )
Panel Discussion on avant-garde cinema filmed in San Francisco on May 27, 1983. One of the panelists is Constance Penley, one of the founders of Camera Obscura Gallery of South Market/San Francisco. Organized by Calogero Salvo. (C) 1983 Calogero Salvo. ( 1 reviews )
First reel from the Williamsburg Waterfront (with Art Tatum's Elegy) as part of the "I, Camera" and "The Vinyl Solution" projects shot and edited (in camera) on Super 8 film. (Super 8, K40, silent; 3:20). favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
A live improvisation, no rehersal, no pre-defined structure, between Ateet Tuli, Brandon Johnson, and Brandon Beavers using a variety of instruments. While never officially disbanding, the members (with Bill DeLeonardis and David Phillips) were most active in the mid to late 90's and often used the name The Teddy Bear Terrorist Squad among others. The MiniDV tape is corrupted and had to be broken up into segments but this adds to the transitory nature of our performance. Part 3 of 3 favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
A live improvisation, no rehersal, no pre-defined structure, between Ateet Tuli, Brandon Johnson, and Brandon Beavers using a variety of instruments. While never officially disbanding, the members (with Bill DeLeonardis and David Phillips) were most active in the mid to late 90's and often used the name The Teddy Bear Terrorist Squad among others. The MiniDV tape is corrupted and had to be broken up into segments but this adds to the transitory nature of our performance. Part 2 of 3 favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
A live improvisation, no rehersal, no pre-defined structure, between Ateet Tuli, Brandon Johnson, and Brandon Beavers using a variety of instruments. While never officially disbanding, the members (with Bill DeLeonardis and David Phillips) were most active in the mid to late 90's and often used the name The Teddy Bear Terrorist Squad among others. The MiniDV tape is corrupted and had to be broken up into segments but this adds to the transitory nature of our performance. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Metamorphosis is a tribute to American dance icon Loie Fuller. The dancer's immense skirt provides a flexible screen that modulates projected videoart images by the Laziza Videodance and Lumia Project. Then the mood shifts to a freer dance as the dress is shed. In the end we are taken back to the beginning with a star image showing directly on the torso of the dancer. This Videodance features dancer Judy Marriott (Fowler).
This is the unedited version of the last half of Short Pieces, a documentation of an evening of performances organized by Jeffrey Lohn. Included are some of downtown New York's artrock innovators who created the bands DNA, The Gynecologists, Theoretical Girls, Daily Live, Static, Ut and Y Pants.
The Human Commodity (1980), 11:58 Directed by Mindy Stevenson; with Cara Perlman, Larry Meltzer, Michael Hrynyk, Caz Porter, Michael Parker, Haoui Montaug, A. Nymos, Jim Geiger, Lindzee Smith, Betsy Sussler, Louisa Marcellus, Bernice Rubin, Lisa Genet, Lyn Smith, Cody McClymont, Betsy Green, Coleen Fitzgibbon, Kathy Underhill Topic: Potato Wolf
Documentation of the eclipse of 1999 in Paris. Filmed with my camera from the east part of Paris to the west. The video was shot on my scooter during the day of the phenomenon using a night vision filter.
Sirens of Poseidon explores movement of cloth and dancers through ray patterns which are developed from a special effect lighting array called the"swimming pool effect" The Videodance is directed by Kathleen Laziza and presented by members of the Laziza Videodance and Lumia Project
Edited footage of "Female Fearce" (1995, mixed media installation with video, sound, slide projections). This solo exhibition was installed at the University Art Gallery, University of California, Irvine. This edited master was edited from Hi8 camera original footage that was edited at the Bay Area Video Coalition (San Francisco, CA). Captured without original sound at the artist's request.
The old Clippler Mill, an abandoned factory outside of Baltimore and home to many artist's studios and squats, burned to the ground, killing two firemen and destroying the work of most of the artists. In an extremely controversial piece, I lead the students in a diverse historical and commemorative event at the site in a transformative piece for all engaged.
A poetic love story on train tracks. Based on Anton Chekhov's "A Joke". Produced, Written and Directed by Angelika Monning. With Alicia Genetski. contact Kevin Segalla - Platonic Films - 212- 260-3116, 77 Bleecker St. # 603, NY, NY 10012
Tranmission Towers by Becky Howland April 1986 installation at PS1 Auditorium, interviewed by Susan Britton (dub from unedited master)/Evening footage from performances in garden at ABC No Rio August 1986/dub of footage from Conspicuous Consumption Show at ABC No Rio, organized by Mitch Corber and others. Year 1987?
Rapture of the Deep, 29:17 With Alan Moore, Virginia Piersol, Peter Fend, Kiki Smith, Ellen Cooper, Judy Ross, Jim Sutcliffe, Mitch Corber, Ilona Granet, Bobby G, Mindy Stevenson, Christy Rupp, Carol Parkinson, Robert Klein, Terry Mohre & Peter Mohnnig Topic: Potato Wolf
Alice Sat Here" is an interactive videographic conversation platform. Comprising a motorized vehicular system (equipped with a robotic eye connected to an internet server, and a monitor on the vehicle's handle bars enabling participants/drivers to see where "Alice's" robotic eye was being pointed), "Alice" allowed users, both in person on the street and on the internet, to peruse the gallery show via "Alice's" eye. Touch pads in the gallery's front window,...
Sci-fi film. A scientist working on memory research forgets where his house is and drives through increasingly deteriorating neighborhoods in search of it. This is the final "deteriorated" location - a metal scrapyard in Atlanta.
A video documentary by Franck Goldberg shot in the NYC East Village in 1989. Squatters and police clashes during the demolition of a burned out squat facilitated by the police occupation of Tompkins Square Park. A portrait of the East Village that is no more.
Female characters in martial arts films from Hong Kong: the women who played them and the directors who wrote the scenarios and directed the films. Interviews and clips. Michelle Yeoh, Jade (Jay) Leung, Cheng Pei Pei, Tsui Hark, Barbara Scharres, Chris Doyle, Tsui Hark, Stanley Kwan, Johnny To, Mabel Cheung, Patricia Erens
VENEO VIDEO VICEO tells the story of a young woman (played by Carole Bugge) who gets the idea to make and market a punk-style aerobics tape -- and who launches into production in high gear. She lives in New York's East Village, and just happens to walk by Stephen Spielberg's "Batteries Not Included" film set each day on her way to and from work. the counterpointing of the two projects -- with particular reference to the degree to which neither of them pay attention to anything more...
The first American School group to visit the Peoples Republic of China. Woodlands High School, Hartsdale, NY through its Art Teacher Andrew Courtney arranged the visit with the Chinese Government then interested in integration and minority peoples. The students of his cinematography class raised the necessary funds for the trip. Here, a video of that journey and of a time before the current modernaization of China. Originally recorded on 3/4" U-Matic.
Moieties, 1984 (1983-1984), 26:51 Central American Intelligence by Brian Piersol Crew: Mindy Stevenson, Mitch Corber, Mary McFarren, George Schifini, Alan Moore, Tim Burns; Cast: Albert Di Martino, Martha Wollner, Greg Lehman, Elroy Kool, Elijah Alfred, Bruce Faxton, Eli, Jim Sutcliffe, Jay Johnson Desperate for Heat by S. Guiliano Invaded by Bruce Tovsky & Robert Raposo Kids from Outer Space by Julie Harrison & Robert Kleyn The Realization by Robert Kleyn Topic: mwf_video_club
Summer in the Adirondacks. Ephemera. Skenewood. Jones family house on Lake Champlain. One-year old twin girls in stroller. Three year old boy at beach. with John Christopher Jones, Mary Betih Coudal, Mary Lou Wade, Charlotte Jones, Catherine Jones, Hayden Jones.
Adam's Eyes" - Adam Alexander's "you are there" -style 2-hour video documentation of festivities on Melrose Avenue in Hollywood - Billy Shire's La Luz de Jesus Gallery's November 1991 "Twisted Sisters" group exhibition & publication party - to celebrate Diane Noomin & Aline Kominsky Crumb's first trade paperback anthology collection of female underground comix artists' work - historic soiree enjoyably recorded for posterity by Leslie Sternbergh's husband.
-bySkip Blumberg and Disarmament Video Survey Committee
A public opinion poll. The most insightful of more than 3000 interviews gathered by 60 indy video crews around the world for cable-casting in Manhattan during the 1982 United Nations Disarmament Conference. Includes citizens as well as notables Bella Abzug, Chaka Kahn, Richie Havens, Joseph Papp, James Taylor.